Types of Agate

Blue agate has a gentle energy which balances mind, body and spirit while reducing hostility and irritation. This stone is an excellent choice for psychic work and skills of clairvoyance, intuition, and energy healing. As a stone for healing, blue agate has been used for eyes, open sores, Alzheimer’s, lactation, blood circulation, bones, spleen, and gall bladder.

Blue lace agate relieves sore throats, thyroid problems, headaches and painful or swollen glands in the neck. It calms stress and stress-related conditions, quiets high blood pressure and soothes skin allergies. Blue lace agate develops clairaudience.

Botswana agate brings gifts and small pleasures, helps quickly overcome low moods. It gives joy and changes depressed mood into happiness. It promotes change, very often unexpected, surprising. It stimulates the crown chakra and energizes the auric body, encouraging love.

Botswana agate can be used in the treatment of the nervous system and to help to rid the body of toxins. It is said to counteract poisoning on the physical, emotional and intellectual planes. It is particularly helpful for anyone who wants to quit smoking.

Fossil agate is a stone used for protection and it is very calming and soothing. It gives courage, strength, energy and dispels fear. Agate increases self-confidence. It is also a grounding stone and helps keep one’s emotions balanced. The harmony it creates greatly enhances healing. Agate is considered a stone that brings good luck.

Moss agate, also known as the gardeners’ stone accelerates growth of plants. When worn next to the skin, moss agate encourages new growth of healthy cells and tissue within the body, to relieve skin infections and to fight colds and flu.

Moss agate will protect your aura by filtering out negativity and impurities. It helps prevent dehydration (drink water in which one has been soaking). Moss agate brings beauty to environments that are in less than ideal settings.

It will slowly attract money or promotion. It is beneficial for all those who work in horticulture, botany or any form of alternative medicine, especially aromatherapy or herbalism.